Buy now, pay later firms such as Klarna face stricter controls

Alex Marsh, the UK head of Swedish company Klarna, which has 10 million customers in the UK, accepted that “now is the time for regulation”. He said the company worked with those who fell into debt, but ultimately missed payments could be forwarded to debt collectors.

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